Welcome to Sarah Catherine Hook Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress Sarah Catherine Hook. Sarah Catherine has been in the short film "I Believe" and the film "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It". She's also been in TV Series like "Law & Order Special Victims Unit", "Monsterland", "NOS4A2", "American Crime Story" and "First Kill". This site is online to show our support to the actress Sarah Catherine Hook, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.

Posted by Veronique on December 19th, 2022
Babylon Young Hollywood Event

Sarah Catherine attended the Babylon Young Hollywood Event yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos in full size.

Posted by Veronique on November 30th, 2022
Los Angeles Premiere Of Prime Video’s Something From Tiffany’s

Sarah Catherine attended the Los Angeles Premiere Of Prime Video’s Something From Tiffany’s yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos in full size.

Posted by Veronique on October 10th, 2022
Tidal Magazine

Current Crush: Sarah Catherine Hook
Sarah Catherine Hook Has Reached Cruising Altitude

Sarah Catherine Hook identifies as a slytherin. That should come as no surprise, considering the success she’s reached as an actress by just 27 years-old. Best known for her roles as Debbie in The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and Juliette in First Kill, Hook began her acting journey in Montgomery, Alabama, where she was cast as the star in her 5th grade play. Today, she credits her professional momentum to a younger version of herself — the one who, after moving from Montgomery to Brooklyn with a dream of acting, had several jobs at once so that she could afford life in New York, so that she could wake up at 4AM to attend open-call auditions before work. While she describes those early days as intense, she’s finally beginning to settle into the career she’s built for herself. “I was a bit of a freak about it all.” she says. “I still have that slythiness come out now and then, but recently I’ve been allowing myself to enjoy the journey.”

Hook hasn’t exactly arrived at a final destination, at least not yet. She’s currently finding her footing in Los Angeles, where she moved in January 2022. While she’s gradually learned to allow herself to rest, she’s set new intentions for herself in this next chapter. “I’m learning to stand up for myself and to have a voice on set,” she shares. “I want to get to a place where I can be more collaborative in the directing process, but that will take time.” If Hook’s current position in the film industry isn’t evidence enough of her ongoing evolution, the characters she plays further prove her development. Most recently, she describes her character in First Kill as “such a mess with her blood lust.” Hook says that by the end of the season, Juliette has her impulses under control and is even more comfortable in her own skin. “We went through that together,” she reflects. “While filming, I gained confidence in myself. I think that’s what’s so cool about TV. You get to grow and bond with your character.”

When she’s not a teenage vampire, the Alabama native is enjoying her newfound ability to take it easy (she recently started playing golf and is tapping back into her favorite hobby, reading). After leaving New York during the pandemic and nomading between friends in Wyoming and Charlston, she’s relieved to have a home base — one that she really loves. “I haven’t experienced the part of LA that people despise. It motivates me to be around other people in the industry. I love talking to other people about their work and processes.” That unwavering optimism seems to be embedded in Hook’s DNA. A throughline connecting every topic of our conversation, her rosy yet grounded outlook is more than just a personality — it’s an energy. And in this industry, it’s one that comes in handy. When I asked her where that positivity comes from, she immediately credits her parents: “They’re amazing. I got really lucky in that way.”

Whether it’s nature or nurture, Hook’s outlook has undoubtedly served her well. She expresses nostalgia and a sense of compassion for herself as she describes scenes from each phase of her life. From looking forward to Friday nights at Blockbuster with her family to remembering the first time she got recognized in public, Hook’s rolodex of memories are all shared with the same salt-of-the-earth tone. There’s an ease about her: She is both humble and sure of herself, hard yet soft. When asked what advice she would give other young actresses, she unhesitatingly says, “Be okay with making a fool of yourself. You’re not going to get most auditions. Who cares if you don’t get it? It’s all about the reps.” And still, when asked what advice she would give her younger self today, a part of her softens: “Be kinder to yourself. Stop stressing about your body so much. What you got is really good.”

Despite learning how to find balance, Hook is by no means taking a hiatus. For her next act, she will be starring in Ghost Trap, a film directed by James Khanlarian, alongside Euphoria’s Zach Steiner. Along with a few additional surprises up her sleeve (she promised she’ll share more when the time is right), she’ll of course continue to evolve alongside her ride-or-die character, Juliette. And while she’s preparing to meet many more career milestones, as any slytherin would, she makes a case for enjoying the ride: “I used to have really specific goals for myself, and I think I’ve become more accepting of where I am. I’m happy to be here. I’m cruising.”

Source: tidal-mag.com

Posted by Veronique on August 30th, 2022
New project

‘First Kill’s Sarah Catherine Hook To Star Opposite Zak Steiner & Greer Grammer In Khanlarian Entertainment’s Film ‘The Ghost Trap’; ‘Westworld’s Steven Ogg Also Set

Sarah Catherine Hook (First Kill) and Steven Ogg (Westworld) have signed on to star alongside Zak Steiner and Greer Grammer in the upcoming feature The Ghost Trap from Khanlarian Entertainment.

The film currently in production in Maine is based on the novel of the same name by K. Stephens. It tells the story of Jamie Eugley (Steiner), a young lobsterman struggling with the grinding responsibilities of a head-injured fiancée (Grammer) and a mounting trap war with a rival lobstering family. While Hook will be playing Happy, a potential love interest of the protagonist, details as to Ogg’s role haven’t been disclosed. Pic’s ensemble also includes former Miss Utah, Rachel Slawson.

James Khanlarian is directing from Stephens’ script, with Khanlarian Entertainment and Filmtrax producing. The producers on the project are Peter A. Couture, Simon Fawcett, Larry Mortorff, Candace Cason, Steiner, Khanlarian and Stephens.

Hook recently found her first leading role in Netflix’s series First Kill, based on V.E. Schwab’s short story, which launched her into the spotlight when it premiered in June. She stars in the eight-episode drama series as Juliette, a vampire who falls into forbidden love with the vampire slayer, Calliope (Imani Lewis). Hook also starred opposite Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson in Warner Bros.’ The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. Additional credits include guest spots on Hulu’s Monsterland, NBC’s Law & Order: SVU and FX’s Impeachment: American Crime Story.

Ogg is a BAFTA Award nominee who can currently be seen on HBO’s Westworld, and will next appear in Antoine Fuqua’s Apple thriller Emancipation, as well as Woonjae Park’s thriller Origami, Carissa Stutzman’s crime drama Now I See, and the cyberpunk indie The Dresden Sun. The actor has also appeared on the film side in Ani Simon-Kennedy’s Tribeca drama The Short History of the Long Road and Carl Strathie’s sci-fi pic Solis, among other projects. Additional TV credits include TNT’s Snowpiercer, AMC’s Better Call Saul and The Walking Dead, and Amazon’s The Tick.

Hook is represented by Gersh and Luber Roklin Entertainment; Ogg by APA and Luber Roklin.

Source: Deadline.com

Posted by Veronique on August 18th, 2022
Behind The Blinds Magazine photoshoot

Vampires have always been images of nocturnal glamour and potent sexuality, with a supernatural sheen that makes us all want to sink our teeth into a fantasy fang fest and walk away with a vamp stamp.
Netflix’s latest teen lust story, First Kill, is a biracial sapphic tale of bubbling biting hormones and sexual discovery, and there’s not one Buffy-style long-line leather trench coat in sight. We caught up with lead actress Sarah Catherine Hook, who plays Juliette Fairmont, to get some tips on neck nibbling.

How did you become a queer vampire in First Kill? What was your journey to getting involved with this project?

Like any acting job, it started with an audition. When I first received the breakdown in my inbox, I thought there was no way I was getting this role. Once I actually put myself on tape and spent some time in Juliette’s shoes, I thought, “Wow, that was really fun! Too bad I won’t get it.” With each callback and chemistry read, the need to play her was getting stronger and stronger. It wasn’t a matter of “I had to be her,” I really felt I was her.

Did yourself and Imani [Lewis] meet for a chemistry read before shooting, to just get to know one another and build up that connection?

Yes! We had a chemistry read over zoom that sealed the deal and then connected a few times via FaceTime before officially meeting in Atlanta!

It’s a lesbian biracial vampire meets monster hunter supernatural romance, and a family drama, so it’s ticking all the boxes. How involved were you in how you wanted to present your character?

I would say the way I wanted to present Juliette stemmed mostly from the audition process. It seemed that they liked my interpretation enough that they really allowed me to make my own acting choices while they took care of the rest – wardrobe, set, makeup, etc. I was free to do my job the way I wanted within the boundaries of the script.

How did you find your inner vampire for the role, did you watch any of those shows or movies for inspiration?

I love this question. YES! I actually watched videos of lions. Very, very hungry lions. I wanted Juliette to be animalistic when she had her bloodlust moments and I thought who would be better to emulate than a lion? As well as Megan Fox in Jennifer’s body, duh!

During filming, did you ever sneak your fangs off-set and just casually wear them outdoors, like at the supermarket or on the train?

While filming I (reluctantly) had to return them to our special effects department after finishing a scene, BUT I do have full ownership over them now!! While I haven’t worn them in public yet, I did wear them at my First Kill launch party, and they were a huge hit.

There’s always been a lot of vampire-themed entertainment in the world since Buffy and Twilight; it’s a craze that’s really shown a lot of staying power. What do you make of that? Do you watch other vampire things?

Of course! I’ve always been a fan of the undead! Vampire Diaries fully got me through my freshman year of college. It’s an easily obsess-able genre; the vampire world is relatable enough for people to see themselves and mystical enough for people to be entertained. Not to mention, we have been blessed with some truly sexy vampires in our time.

Speaking of sexy vampires, what do you feel differentiates First Kill, aside from the two female leads falling for one another?

I’d say the emphasis on the family aspects of the show separates us from most vampire/monster stories. We really went for the Capulet vs Montague storyline with this one.

What is it that makes vampires so attractive? They’ve been around a long time, so they probably know what they’re doing right?!

I think it’s just that! They’ve simply been around for a VERY long time, so they have lots of experience (if you know what I mean). Not to mention eternal youth? I mean come on. They’re just blessed. Or cursed. Whichever you think is appropriate.

I read that you had an intimacy coordinator for the kissing scene between yourself and Imani. How would one go about sinking their fangs into someone’s neck then, give us some tips?

HA! Listen, there’s really no way around this, ya just gotta bite them!

That spin the bottle moment in Episode 1 brought back some personal memories!

Have you ever played the game in real life and landed on someone you really wanted to kiss?

Never! You were witness to my first game of spin the bottle!

So aside from blood and lust, what’s next for you?

I can’t reveal too much about my next project just yet, but I’ll tell you that lobsters are involved and I’m VERY excited about that.

Source: behindtheblinds.be

Posted by Veronique on August 10th, 2022
Searchlight Picture’s Not Okay Bustle Tastemaker Screening

Sarah Catherine attended the Searchlight Picture’s Not Okay Bustle Tastemaker Screening on 25 July. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos in full size.

Posted by Veronique on August 5th, 2022
New photoshoot (part 2)

I added more photos to the newest photoshoot album in the gallery (photography by Kelsey Hale). Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

Posted by Veronique on August 5th, 2022
First Kill Canceled By Netflix After One Season

Netflix will not be picking up a second season of First Kill, its teen vampire drama series executive produced by Emma Roberts.

Netflix’s renewal/cancellation decisions usually come down to viewing versus cost. First Kill, which starred Sarah Catherine Hook and Imani Lewis, featured mostly up-and-coming talent and had a decent run based on Netflix’s Top 10 viewership figures.

Released June 10, First Kill cracked into the streamer’s weekly Top 10 for English-language TV series with its first three days of release, ranking No. 7 (No. 3 non-Stranger Things title) with 30.3M hours viewed. It peaked at No. 3 in its first full week of release with 48.8M hours viewed, only behind Stranger Things 4 and Peaky Blinders Season 6, and spent one more week in the Top 10 before falling off. The series easily cleared 100M hours viewed in its first 28 days of release.

According to sources, the series, which did not have the staying power of most Netflix hits, still did not meet thresholds for viewing and completion of episodes. Launching successful teen series has been challenging for all streamers; HBO Max just canceled Gordita Chronicles amid a pullback in live-action kids/family original programming.

Written by Felicia D. Henderson and best-selling author Victoria “V. E.” Schwab, First Kill was based on a short story by Schwab. In it, when it’s time for teenage vampire Juliette (Hook) to make her first kill so she can take her place among a powerful vampire family, she sets her sights on a new girl in town named Calliope (Lewis). But much to Juliette’s surprise, Calliope is a vampire hunter, from a family of celebrated slayers. Both find that the other won’t be so easy to kill and, unfortunately, way too easy to fall for…

The cast also included Elizabeth Mitchell, Aubin Wise, Jason Robert Moore, Gracie Dzienn, Will Swenson, Phillip Mullings Jr., Dominic Goodman and Dylan McNamara.

Henderson, who served as showrunner, executive produced alongside creator Schwab as well as Roberts and Karah Preiss through Belletrist Productions.

Source: Deadline.com

Posted by Veronique on July 27th, 2022
New photoshoot!

I added a new photoshoot photographed by Kelsey Hale. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

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Current Projects
The Ghost Trap
The haunting story of Jamie Eugley, a young lobsterman struggling with the grinding responsibilities of a head-injured fiancé and mounting trap wars in a small Maine lobstering community.

Blood Relative
Two Women from California Who Are Solving All the Mysteries.

Triangle (TV Series)
A family's tropical vacation is interrupted by a violent storm which capsizes their boat and lands them in a strange land filled with danger and mystery.